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. then there was a good senator from california, dianne feinstein. listen to her. >> the weak gun laws allow the mass killings to be carried out again and again and again. in our country. >> eric: senator wasn't always so antigun. listen. >> i know the urge to arm yourself. because that is what i did. i was trained in firearms. i walked to the hospital when my husband was sick. i carried a concealed weapon. i made this termination that if somebody was going to try to take me out, i was going to take them with me. >> eric: a perfect example of political hypocrisy. this is why you can't trust politicians. they make decisions based on political expediency, not principle and apparently not even what they practice. so, bob, dianne feinstein wants her gun to protect her, but what about us little people? >> bob: i'm not worried about you. you will be fine. i would like to know the context of what that is in, when she said that. leaving that aside, since the end of the weapons ban, the gun control bill that was in effect from 19942004, since then there were 350 killings with these weapons in america. most of
measures and, of course, new york state's new gun control law which is now the toughest in the nation and signed into law by andrew cuomo last month. we're covering all aspects of senator feinstein's new bill. dana bash has been following this. she's going to join our crime and justice correspondent. first to you, dana, on capitol hill, theatrics are often times discussed as part of the problem when discussing the military-style assault weapons in the first place and there will be no shortage of theatrics, right? >> that's right. you can see behind me what is going to happen. i counted ten assault weapons that are on display that they decided was critical to display because they want to make a point. they want to show these and to argue that these kinds of weapons are simply not needed in the hands of every day americans. you can probably see here, there are two lines of ropes. that is because it is not legal for these weapons -- never mind being in the united states capitol but also to be in the d.c. -- in d.c. it breaks the d.c. gun laws. so they got special permission from the d.c.
court is overturned. an indiana law that bans them from using social network like facebook and twitter. a three-judge panel said yesterday the law was unconstitutional and too broad. >>> and "the washington post" finds it's never too late to quit smoking. they typically lose about a decade of life expectancy. but a new study found that those who quit by 35 to 44 gained back nine years. >>> and "the san francisco chronicle" reports that scientists have created scientific resis stent skills. thn this national weather report sponsored by the makers of zyrteg. zyrtec, love the air. >>> new york city police open fire on a suspected killer, hitting nine innocent bystanders. one of the victims now says it's time for the city to pay her for her pain. >>> and farmers feel the heat as hay supplies dry up, making them a target for feed. >> pretty much just anybody's caught out in the pasture now, they're met with a rifle. >> we'll show you why a texas sheriff is counting on a high-tech solution on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by h&r block. come se
. >>> a federal appeals court overturned an indiana law that banned sex offenders from using social networks like facebook and twitter. three-judge panel said theaid the law was unconstitutional and too broad. >>> the republican finds it's never too late to quit smoking. smokers typically lose about a decade of life expectancy but a new study found those who quit between ages 35 and 44 gain back nine of the years and those who quit before 35 gain back all ten years. >>> "the "san francisco chronicle"" say scientists created anti-hiv resistant pills for cells. >>> all right, we're starting out with plenty of clouds around the bay area some fog into the san jose area right now. some showers also showing up outside today so yeah, we're going to have a mixed bag throughout the day. know the a washout but you can see a -- not a washout but you can see a storm system bringing scattered showers in the south. throughout the day that will sweep further to the north. so a chance of scattered showers even as we head throughout the day today. 50s and low 60s for highs. a cha
although no one could tell me which law prevents them from firing a teacher. >> if there's a bona fide reason that they are relying on a law that prevents them from firing her they should identify what is it rather than saying well, we just couldn't. >> reporter: district officials are meeting behind closed doors to talk about the case. they will open the doors in about an hour at 7:00 for the public to enter. i did call dina holder. her attorney says she has no comment at this time. this is the first public meeting that the district is holding and you can bet there will be a lot of questions from parents to the superintendent. live in brentwood, da lin, cbs 5. >>> el cerrito police searching for two suspects in a shooting near the el cerrito bart station. this happened about 2:00 this afternoon on ohlone greenway. police say that two teenagers were shot on a walking path near the station. they are not life-threatening wounds. they should be okay. the shooters are still on the loose. >> the only information we have about the suspects at the moment
haven't heard anybody in law enforcement connect this -- that the same people responsible, he thinks, for benghazi then went on to that hostage situation in algeria. >>brian: one of the people dead are one of the people said to be in on the benghazi hit. dead in algeria. i don't know where they came from, but they actually perpetrated their crime in algeria. and there are direct links, it seems, among the terrorists, they went from libya maybe with guns, shuttled through qatar to the libyan rebels using those guns against our guys to make that massive hostage grab which resulted in a lot of carnage last week. >>steve: hillary rodham clinton yesterday mentioned that there was a connection. to answer the question, what difference does it make at this point, absolutely. if they would have known that they were terrorists right then, they could have started tracking them down. one of the other things was a couple of times she was complaining about the fact that, you know, essentially she was blaming the republicans. we don't have enough funding for the embassy security and stuff like that
to be done with force, north korea says, not with words, as it, the united states, regards jungle law as the rule of its survival. so does this mean that north korea is going to start lobbying nuclear test missiles at the united states and, even more importantly, are they even capable of that? the truth is, last december, north korea had its most successful launch to state. it managed to carry a payload of 1300 pounds and travel about 6,000 miles or it is capable of that which would bring it to the coast of carolina. they say all they were trying to do was get a satellite into space. that's all this program was about. but intel general analysts say they don't believe it. they think the problem is, given time, north koreans could test enough and one day they could swap this out for a nuclear warhead. >> so if you combine, tom, that test with this latest message, does that mean that the u.s. will strike the mainland with a nuclear weapon? >> in a word, wolf, no, it does not. they really are profound. they have to look at the issue of re-entry. the simple fact that you can get a rocket l
just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> this actually isn't hot coffee, it's hot water i picked up at the gas station. let's see if we can make a little bit of snow for everybody, see if it's cold enough for this it happen. hopefully i didn't leave this in the truck too long. yeah, that didn't work. >> you think he would practice that once or twice? >> that's my theory. >> put his tongue to a pole. a live shot of new york city here. this is bill karins with the forecast. do we have any old clips of you doing that? >> you don't test things out. you do it live on tv and get the natural reaction and make a fool of yourself. >> classic. it's cold. >> yeah, it remains that way. if you wake up this morning in maryland, especially coastal areas, you probably got a little coating on the car. someone just send us a p
and american law. but they're trying to change that in the states of utah and arizona. >> we saw that today. your whole report is going to be on "20/20" saturday, at 8:00, 7:00 central. >>> let's go back down to sam, now. now he's in the wetsuit down at seaworld discovery cove. >> now i feel more at home. we're in discovery cove, which is a sister park to seaworld orlando. when you're here, if you come here, you can actually interact with a lot of marine mammals, including bottle nose dolphins. let's get to the boards. we're going to show you exactly what's going on. it starts to spread across the country. so, today, there's some mild temperatures in places, oh, like midland. dallas is at 75 degrees. look at what else is going on on the map. the idea is that generally, the bitter cold air retreats as the warm air cuts across the country. as cold as you are this morning, don't worry, you get some milder temperatures. >> and we are live in discovery cove. we'll have all of america's weather, coming up in the next half hour from orlando, florida. amy? george? >> okay. thank you, sam. looking g
movement, gone, 400,000, the state of wisconsin lost 46,000, 13%. indiana, where a law passed last year that doesn't require workers to pay a union fee, still allows them to benefit from collective bargaining, that lost more than 56,000 union members in that state. down 18%. most of the municipal workers, by the way. and these are the lowest union levels since 1916, i believe. carol, it occurs to me that unions have a lot of political power at the moment, but they're sharply declining membership. >> they do. and you know, it's funny, i am he' the daughter of a union electrician so i've seen both sides of this story, and it used to be back in the day that the unions would add a lot of value to their members, that they would provide education and training and a union worker really alleded a lot of value. that hasn't happened so much in recent years and it's become a lot more politicized, and i think that workers are getting sick of that, and they want to be able to have the freedom to do whatever they want to do and understand that this is america, where a job is a privilege and not a rig
brother and sister-in-law as any other soldier that got off the plane 4 1/2 months away and want to get invited. >> reporter: no doubt fueled by criticism of othearlier comment saying he killed taliban fighters perhaps sounding cavalier. >> take a life to save a life. if the people -- if there's people trying to do bad stuff to our guy, then, you know, we'll take them out of the game, i suppose. >> reporter: even compared the deadly weapons in his helicopter with video game control. >> the trigger grip, too, designed for this younger generation, let's put it that wa way. >> with my friends, i like to play, it's quite useful. >> reporter: some in the afghan government complained and asked back home why he was more reflective. >> supporting the afghan people and expected to do things wearing this uniform, put it that way. >> reporter: the simple truth about war is this. >> there's nothing normal about war we've been doing 4 1/2 month, nothing normal about what's going on there. in the last day i was there, a 7-year-old girl got shot down by negatives. normality is a very ambiguous thing,
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